Why can’t every hour be happy hour? Drinks taste better, foods are cheaper, and life is just so much more fun.
Uncle Julio’s, a Mexican-inspired restaurant located in Boca Raton, opened up a majorly happy happy hour and invited the media to enjoy it last night. From 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. every Monday through Friday, patrons are invited to munch on bar bites that cost anywhere from $3 to $7. There are also five new non-alcoholic drinks on the menu that cost just $3.95 (and if you order a second one, it’s only $1).
Beyond that, the regular menu is pretty awesome. Most notably Uncle Julio’s three new chef-inspired guacamole, which is perfectly mashed up avocados with either bacon and pineapple, lump crab and corn, or three-pepper spice. After eating these chef-inspired guacs, General Manager Scott Browne says he “can’t eat regular guacamole anymore.”
Here’s a pictorial journey through some menu items: